This new electroacoustic longform piece by Andrew Latham's Ghostheory project takes Webbed Hand's "Rain" concept in a darker, more industial direction. A shifting palette of drones, clangs, inscrutable noises, and static are all blurred together into a hypnotic journey that could be either soothing or stimulating, depending on your volume settings.
Andrew Latham has previously released on Webbed Hand as mayfairgrin: "Spider & The Moon" (wh035), "Pelicagnosis" (wh037), and "We Have Walked Behind Skies and Danced About Architecture" (wh048). Additionally he has many recordings at Mannequin Oddio Media Collective.
Recorded and produced by Andrew Latham Cover by Andrew Latham Summer/Fall 2005
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June 5, 2014 Subject:
Excellent long-form ambient---both functional and mysterious
Listen with good headphones and close your eyes. You are exploring a sunken ship far beneath the sea. Strange machines sputter and spark. Ominous rumblings can be heard from deeper in the wreck.
Excellent for day- or night-dreaming or for focusing on work.
October 12, 2005 Subject:
I streamed and went about my business... very nice!
October 11, 2005 Subject:
A soothing piece, diverse enough to be interesting-- without being boring. There is a spacious quality here, and nice tonal drone structures. Washes of white noise nicely complete a picture for the ear-- and a pleasing one it is!